March 2018 Wholeness Hangout
The 3 Principles & Becoming an Advanced Coach with Harold Derbitsky
Harold Derbistky has extensive and widely varied experience as a teacher, coach, and mentor. When I first invited him to be my guest on a Wholeness Hangout, I didn’t know what aspect of coaching and the Three Principles we might explore.
It took only a few minutes for a compelling topic to emerge. Harry made the cogent observation: “Being comfortable in your own skin is the essence of being a good coach.”
Please join us on Tuesday, March 13, at 1:00 PM Pacific Daylight Time for a no cost Zoom webinar exploring what it means for a coach to be comfortable in their own skin and how this distinguishes the mature coach from the apprentice coach.
As always, we will be open to what arises in the moment. That said, here are some ways that coaching maturity may be expressed:
- Being open to heading into different directions and developing different aspects of your role in the coaching encounter.
- Decisions about the direction, process, and content of the session are not made through familiar mental processes.
- Seeing that problems are always the product of thinking and thus not to be resolved by more thinking from the same level of consciousness.
- Collective consciousness as the teacher.
- Orienting to a beautiful feeling versus a sense of having the right tool or answer.
- Meeting the client on a level playing field rather than taking a one-up position.
- Listening with nothing on our minds.
About Harold Derbistky
Harold (Harry) Derbitsky is President of ACT (Advanced Coaches Training) Inc. Harry specializes in projects and training’s in these major areas: Heavily Addicted and Low Income/High Risk, Native, Mentoring, and hosting Zoom Rooms and sessions worldwide including North America, Europe, and South America.
Harry’s understanding is expressed via his insights regarding the Three Universal Principles of Mind, Consciousness, and Thought, as uncovered by his teacher Sydney Banks who stated in the book The Missing Link:
“All human behavior and social structures on earth are formed via Mind, Consciousness, and Thought.”
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Resources for Deeper Insight into the Three Principles
The first book listed is a wonderful introduction to the Three Principles. It is followed by books written by Sydney Banks, whose awakening was the basis for The Three Principles. After Syd’s books, you’ll find a selection of books by his students.